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For about 6 months now i have been having this problem. Almost everytime an application is opened a blue screen appears with Windows at the top and underneath:

An error has occured. To continue:
Press Enter to return to Windows, or

Press CTRL+ALT+DEL to restart your computer. If you do this, you will lose any unsaved information in all open applications.

Error: OE: 002B: OF000000

Press any key to continue...

But if i press return or any key to continue another blue screen appears saying exactly the same but with a different error number/letters. Sometimes it will restart with CTRL+ALT+DEL but 9 times out of 10 it doesn't.

Sometimes it just freezes in the middle of browsing the internet, it isn't on one particular site, it is on any.

Another message i receive is "Explorer has caused an error in NEWDOTNET7_22.DLL Explorer will now close."

when i click close on this message all that appears is the desktop background with no way of shutting down even with CTRL-ALT-DEL! So i end up manually turning it off.

This happens every few minutes and is so frustrating!

Any help would be very greatly appreciated, Thanks in advanced!!:confused:

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Another message i receive is "Explorer has caused an error in NEWDOTNET7_22.DLL Explorer will now close."

This line shows that your computer has been infected with spyware. I recommend you download Spybot Search & Destroy and Lavasoft Adaware. Update the apps and then scan your system one at a time with both these programs. See if this helps. If not, get back to us and we'll go from there.

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another suggestion for you-
(1) open your PC cabinet and then check RAM (memory stick), if it covered by dust clean it and restore..then restart your computer

If this doesn't work replace the appropriate RAM

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